A small book helping people who are terminally ill, as well as those who minister to them
We don’t find it easy to face death, and the diagnosis of a terminal illness can be devastating. Yet every life has an expiration date. Written with a pastor’s heart for those suffering with a terminal diagnosis and for their family and friends, this mini-book conveys practical advice, spiritual consolation, and, most importantly, an eternal hope which the dying process cannot diminish and death cannot extinguish.
These mini-books are exactly the kind of books you’d want to have available to you at church – short, biblical and inexpensive enough to give away. —Tim Challies, Blogger
I love the LifeLine mini-books! You can trust these resources to provide accessible, practical, and Bible-saturated help with many of the most common and perplexing problems found in our fallen world. —Heath Lambert, First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, FL
These little books are directly targeted to the issues that we all face and they hit the bulls-eye. They are faithful to Scripture and they demonstrate insight into its application. Churches need to make these available for their congregations. —John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church
About the Author
Reggie Weems is the pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, Johnson City, TN. He has three Master’s degrees from Liberty University and is presently enrolled in DMin and PhD programs. He and his wife, Teana, have three children and five grandchildren.